What does skinned mean?

Definitions for skinned

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. skinnedadjective

    having skin of a specified kind


  1. skinnedadjective

    Having skin.

  2. skinnedadjective

    Covered in a thin membrane resembling skin.

  3. skinnedadjective

    Having skin (or similar outer layer) totally or partially removed.

    My skinned knuckles hurt until the scrape healed.

Samuel Johnson's Dictionary

  1. Skinnedadjective

    Having the nature of skin or leather; hard; callous.

    Etymology: from skin.

    When the ulcer becomes foul, and discharges a nasty ichor, the edges in process of time tuck in, and, growing skinned and hard, give it the name of callous. Samuel Sharp, Surgery.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Skinned

    of Skin

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of skinned in Chaldean Numerology is: 7

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of skinned in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of skinned in a Sentence

  1. Thandiwe Newton:

    I've wanted so desperately to apologize every day to darker-skinned actresses, to say ‘I’m sorry that I'm the one chosen, my momma looks like you,'.

  2. Neli Delgado:

    I used to be discriminated against because I was poor and dark-skinned, i would like to empower women so that they can become suppliers for the business group I'll have in the future.

  3. Astrid Silva:

    Shes a dark-skinned woman (who) comes from a poor region in Mexico like many of our families, shes not only challenging old notions of beauty that always involved blond hair and light skin. Shes threatening them.

  4. Viola Davis:

    I'd like to thank Paul Lee, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers and Pete Nowalk for thinking that a sexualized, messy, mysterious woman could be a 49-year-old dark-skinned African-American woman who looks like me.

  5. Ross Perot:

    Failures are like skinned knees, painful but superficial.

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